Report: Cultural Intelligence: The Essential Intelligence for the 21st Century

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​In today’s multicultural world, developing cultural intelligence can help managers and employees from different backgrounds interact more effectively. In a recent survey from the Economist Intelligence Unit, 90 percent of executives from 68 countries cite ‘cross-cultural management’ as their top challenge in working across borders. As business becomes increasingly global, even managers in domestic organizations are likely to work with employees from a variety of cultural backgrounds. 

Cultural Intelligence: The Essential Intelligence for the 21st Century explains the importance of cultural intelligence and how it can benefit your business. It also provides guidance on how to assess and develop cultural intelligence in your employees in order to create a higher-performing organization.



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